BoekenhoutskloofCap Maritime Pinot Noir 2019

Product code: 12895
£35.50 inc VAT
£213.00 / case of 6
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Country
Country: South Africa
Region
Region: Western Cape
Sub-Region
Sub-Region: Hemel-en-Aarde
Type
Type: Red Wine
Alcohol
Alcohol: 14%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Pinot Noir
Grape: 100% Pinot Noir
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Country
Country: South Africa
Region
Region: Western Cape
Sub-Region
Sub-Region: Hemel-en-Aarde
Type
Type: Red Wine
Alcohol
Alcohol: 14%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Pinot Noir
Grape: 100% Pinot Noir

Product Notes

Boekenhoutskloof’s Cap Maritime Pinot Noir is a charming representation of South African winemaking, emanating sophistication and complexity. With a captivating crimson hue, this wine gracefully unfolds a symphony of vivid berry and cherry aromas followed by delicate notes of cloves and star anise. Held together with a subtle oaky undertone, its palate is a harmonious balance of juicy acidity and silky tannins, resulting in a velvety, layered mouthfeel. Its elegance and vivacity make it an ideal accompaniment to hearty meat dishes and mature cheeses. A fabulous choice for the discerning oenophile seeking to savour a unique, contemporary Pinot Noir.

Tasting Notes

The nose offers classic aromas of black cherries, dark plums and mushroom with subtle, earthy whiffs of dried leaves and potting soil. Wild berries, damson and the sous-bois character of the nose follow through onto a powerful palate with good structure and weight and delicate hints of tarragon, dill and cedar. Lively tannins are perfectly balanced with bright acidity and exceptional fruit concentration, creating finesse and complexity. Red liquorice, cardamom and clove linger on a smooth, mouth-watering finish.

About the Winery

Boekenhoutskloof

Nestled in the heartland of the South African Franschhoek Valley, the Boekenhoutskloof winery is a hidden gem amidst an ocean of vast vineyards. Its name, which is as intriguing as its wines, is bestowed in honour of the indigenous Cape Beech tree heavily present in the area. This winery is renowned for its mastery in cultivating a diversified assortment of grape varietals, each one meticulously tended to, mirroring a marriage of traditional winemaking values with innovative viticulture.

Celebrated for its exceptional offerings, the wines crafted at Boekenhoutskloof are a masterclass on their own. The winery is particularly lauded for its Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and a proprietary red blend named 'The Chocolate Block' which have all earned repeated critical acclaim. It's also known for crafting distinguished Sauvignon Blancs and Semillons characterised by their unique, tasting profiles and commendable aging potential.

At the heart of Boekenhoutskloof’s operations is the belief that good wine is born from good terroir. As such the winery’s utmost care is reserved for their vineyards, with emphasis placed on sustainable farming methods. The winery also boasts a biodiversity conservation programme, protecting the delicate flora in the surrounding areas. Visitors to Boekenhoutskloof are encouraged on guided tours across this verdant expanse, allowing them to experience the vineyard’s enchanting beauty first hand.

But the efforts of Boekenhoutskloof extend far beyond just making fine wines; they are also deeply committed to community development. A significant portion of their proceeds are dedicated towards education and upliftment of local communities emphasizing their ethos of giving back to society.

In summary, Boekenhoutskloof winery is much more than a winery. It's a celebration of heritage, nature, and undeniably, great wine. Its reverence for the environment and commitment to cultivating world-class wines, aptly embodies the spirit of South African winemaking. A visit to Boekenhoutskloof, is then, nothing less than a journey through the culture, soul and lifeblood of the Franschhoek Valley.

http://www.boekenhoutskloof.co.za

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